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Henrietta & Samuel Barnett Henrietta & Samuel Barnett

Plaque: Henrietta & Samuel Barnett

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Greater London Council
Dame Henrietta Barnett, 1851 - 1936, founder of Hampstead Garden Suburb and Canon Samuel Barnett, 1844 - 1913, social reformer.

While they lived there they called this "St Jude's Cottage". Initially it was a weekend retreat from Whitechapel, where Samuel was the vicar of St Jude's Church. They lived and worked here 1873 - 1907. She sold it on his death in 1913 and moved to South Square.

Site: Henrietta & Samuel Barnett (1 memorial)

NW3, Spaniards Road, Heath End House

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Henrietta & Samuel Barnett

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Dame Henrietta Barnett, D.B.E.

Founder of Henrietta Barnett School for Girls and Hampstead Garden Suburb. T...

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Canon Samuel Barnett

Social reformer. While curate of St Mary's in Bryanston Square, met Henriet...

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Hampstead Garden Suburb

Henrietta Barnett formed a board of trustees to build this urban utopia follo...

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Henrietta & Samuel Barnett

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Greater London Council

The GLC was abolished, some say, because Mrs Thatcher could not abide its lef...

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